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Three of the best Hotels in London

St Ermin’s Hotel
St Jamers Park

With an intriguing past, eclectic styling, and spacious rooms, this four-star hotel is as unique as it is intriguing and has been transformed after 30 million pound renovation. The result is an individual, modern and welcoming offering, and with sweets starting at just £210, it is accessible to all. The welcome is even extended to the beaches with the opening of London’s only Bee&Bee hotel and the hotel Buckfast beehives on the third-floor wildflower terrace. Islands Caxton bar was used by SARS, MI5 and naval intelligence divisions officers to meet their agents.

JW Marriot Grosvenor House
Park Lane

This much-loved Hotel recently celebrated its 90th anniversary in a multi-million-pound transformation, both sophisticated contemporary interiors with a pallet of rich gold, warm new trolls, and soft grey tones. With its fantastic location opposite Hyde Park, it oozes luxury glamour, and it is an ambient haven of refined calm – the perfect retreat after a day of sightseeing. Imposing is the park room bar. Must try is the exclusive yellow rose tea and Serpentine gin, both concocted using plants found in the park. All rooms have polo top bedding, complimentary Wi-Fi marble bathrooms and plush robe’s. The executive suites have the added bonus of access to the lounge, which serves complimentary food and drinks throughout the day.

The luxury of rich experiences seamlessly crafted guest suites invokes a more profound luxury. Your extraordinary experience starts with an enriching warm service inspired luxury and fresh decorative reflections of Mayfair. The great room is where young Princess Elizabeth and her sister, Princess Margaret, learned ice-skating. This Iconic five-star Hotel of scale is playing host to some of London’s most significant events throughout the years, including the BAFTAs pride of Britain award on the Caledonian ball.

Experience the JW Steakhouse features hand-cut selections of American USDA prime beef grilled to perfection and of course, the signature JW cheesecake.

Suites from £380 a night.

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The ATHANUEUM hotel and residences

Moments from Buckingham Palace, this superbly appointed Hotel feels quintessentially English. The building dates back to 1849 but was redeveloped in the 1930s as an art deco apartment block, and today it’s both the Hotel and apartment. One highlight is the living wall. The vertical garden created to Echo Green Park opposite the hotel suites are stylish and spacious once owned by the Rank Organisation. The Hotel Lisa Minelli and Marlon Brando ask guests.

Home away from home

Each residence comes fully equipped with a kitchenette, dining table and a spacious living area. Separate bathrooms have California king beds, topped with the finest Hypnos mattresses. For those travelling as a family offers more sleeping space in the lounge. Adjoining residences can be made interconnecting on request, making them ideal for families, groups and long-term stays. Unwind in the spa. Escape to the oasis of calm and tranquillity by using the spa. Rejuvenate with the treatment, take a dip in the bubbling hot tub and ensure your fitness routine is collected during your stay with a 24-hour gym. Please note the use of the spa must be booked in advance and is subject to availability.